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  1. Boones Ferry Historical Marker

    During the period of Oregon’s Provisional Government (1841-1849), residents traveled by Indian trails, water courses or on primitive rough-hewn wagon roads etched by emigrant settlers. During the days of the Territorial Government (1849-1859), and long before the State Highway Commission was established in 1917, travel and…

    Location: North Baldock Rest Area, Wilsonville, OR 97070
  2. Boundary Springs

    Boundary Springs is the source of the legendary Rogue River, an incredible salmonid and whitewater recreation resource and famed locale of Zane Grey novels.  Just inside the northern boundary of Crater Lake National Park, the river literally leaps from the ground, fully formed as an…

    Location: Crater Lake National Park
  3. Breitenbush Hot Springs

    The Breitenbush community carefully stewards the land that encompasses the geothermal location.  They utilize the geothermal energy, construct buildings that are fitting and unobtrusive, and maintain a system of trails.  There are many facets to the educational experience at Breitenbush.  Many workshops and classes are…

    Location: Breitenbush, OR
  4. Brewers Union Local 180

    The Brewers Union Local 180 is Oregon’s only real ale pub and brewery.  They offer up to six cask-conditioned ales that are brewed on-site, as well as numerous regional microbrews, wines and hard ciders.  Food is top-notch and is prepared to order.  House specialties include…

    Location: 48329 East 1st St, Oakridge, OR 97463
  5. Brice Creek Trail

    Brice Creek is an easily accessible trail in a relatively remote location and environment. It offers solitude and dramatic natural beauty. It would be hard to experience Brice Creek Trail without gaining a strong appreciation for the beauty of this place, and the value of…

    Location: Brice Creek Road, Cottage Grove,, OR
  6. Brickhaven Bed and Breakfast

    The beauty that surround Brickhaven, as well as the site itself, is unbelievable.  So close to Portland, yet a world away.  Overlooking the beautiful Columbia River Gorge looking both east and west, each room of this home boasts a view.  Built by commercial cartoonist Ernie Hager, this whimsical…

    Location: 38717 E. Historic Columbia River Hwy., Corbett, OR 97019
  7. Bridge of the Gods

    If the fiery volcanoes and mighty Columbia River are the heart and soul of the Central Cascades, it is the Bridge of the Gods that connects the two.  There are actually three bridges – one of myth, one geologic and the present-day cantilevered metal span. …

    Location: Cascade Locks, OR
  8. Brownsville Historical Marker

    Long before the first pioneer settlers arrived here in the 1840s, the Brownsville area was occupied by the ancient Mound Builders and then the Kalapuya Indians.  The relative ease of finding food in the valley made the Kalapuya vulnerable to intruders, including other tribes, because they…

    Location: Main Street, Brownsville, OR 97327
  9. Buncom (Ghost Town)

    Buncom is the last gold-mining ghost town left in Southern Oregon. Nestled in the pine trees, the remaining buildings of Buncom are alive with the memories of the 1,500 miners who once dug for riches here. ADA accessible Interpretive signage Located on private land

    Location: 3232 Little Applegate Road, Jacksonville, OR 97530
  10. Butte Creek Mill

    Built in 1872, the Butte Creek Mill is on the National Register of Historic Places and is the last commercially operated, water-powered flour mill west of the Mississippi. It’s a living treasure that stands rustically over Little Butte Creek, water pouring out of its hand-hewn…

    Location: 402 North Royal Ave., Eagle Point, OR 97524
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